CK x Haimu Pastel Mint Tactile Switch



CK x Haimu Pastel Mint Tactile Switch

The Mint Tactile is part of our new Pastel Series with Haimu!

The CK x Haimu Pastel Mint Tactile Switch is extremely tactile, but in a different way than some of our other offerings like Neapolitans and Anubis. There is hardly any pre-travel, a little bit of post travel, and a highly tactile bump (yes, even higher than the above switches!). This switch features a PC top, POM-UPE Bottom, and a 63.5g 22mm double-stage spring. Sound wise, we feel these are slightly muted and on the lower end of the pitch spectrum.

Like the color and materials but want to customize the feel and sound? Check out our modding essentials!


• Switch Type - Tactile
• Manufacturer - Haimu
• Top Housing Material - PC
• Bottom Housing Material - POM + UPE
• Stem Material - POM
• Spring Weight - 63.5g double stage 22mm spring
• Mounting Pins - 5-pin
• Factory Lube - Yes

Mod Your Switches


Our CK Switch films come in both Poron and PC and help reduce wobble and slightly change the sound of your switch!


To view all of our available lube, checkout our Switch Modding Collection!

Switch Pads

Available in Poron, EVA, and PE foam, these fit right ontop of your PCB to change the sound profile of your build!

Customer Reviews

Based on 5 reviews
Jaysung Ser
Great after modding

Inconsistent factory lube on the stem; the spring seems unlubed.
What ultimately matters to me is the switch after lubing + filming. Simply put, it sounds & feels great!

We appreciate the thorough review of both your 'before' and 'after' experience with these switches. These are great switches to mod and we're happy you're enjoying them!

Cameron Madden
Please read!

These are great. I'll leave it there, The PSA is that you'll want to order switch films. These can wiggle quite a bit between top and bottom housing. Rails seem well lubed, springs unlubed.

Almost Great

I love so much about these switches, but their singular flaw is pretty glaring. I bought 70, which came in two separate bags and the difference in factory lube between them is wild. None are perfect, I'd say they absolutely need tuning if you care about a clean, consistent sound, but the worst offenders have spring crunch like I've never experienced before. They start to veer into the territory of cheap clickies in certain instances.

A spring swap or lube will probably get them where I want and for the budget price I'm not that mad, but definitely be aware of it before purchasing. Otherwise they have a very pleasant, rounded bump to type on and a very mellow, muted sound that I really enjoy. The colors are cute, the housing sturdy, a decent budget pick if you don't mind modding, but for a similar price I found the cream blues, ws tactiles, and even the haimu x geon whites much more suited to a stock experience.

leaf ping...

i thought these were going to be good stock because i've had switches manufactured from haimu before, but i had to open most of them up to get rid of the leaf ping. i also felt like they needed filming, but that could be a personal preference. they do sound nice after putting in all the effort

Luke G
Mediocre at Best

I had somewhat higher hopes after hearing good things about Haimu as well as the description of development for these switches, ie. using the "best of the best" pieces to create the best switch possible.

However, these are essentially unusable to me. They look nice, but sound rattly somehow. I'm hearing spring noises that I've never heard before. So these will probably be given away.

There are switches nowadays at similar price-points that blow these out of the water, and stock, too.

Don't buy switches on hype alone.